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Best things to do in Prague

Museum
“Loved by Czech nationals, admired by foreign visitors, and deeply linked to modern Czech history, the building became considered over time as part of the National Museum Institution itself. The historical building underwent a major reconstruction and was re-opened on 28 October 2018 — the day of he 100th anniversary of the Czechoslovak Republ”
121 locals recommend
Science Museum
“The National Technical Museum in Prague is the largest institution dedicated to preserving information and artifacts related to the history of technology in the Czech Republic. The museum has large exhibits representing approximately 15% of its total collection. The museum also manages substantial archives consisting of approximately 3,500 linear shelf meters of archival material and about 250,000 books. The museum was founded in 1908 and has been in its current location (adjacent to Letná Park) since 1941.”
83 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“If you like art, this is a must see. They have a Muha permanent exposition among others:)”
111 locals recommend
Art Museum
“The world´s first Mucha Museum, dedicated to the life and work of the world-acclaimed Czech ART NOUVEAU artist Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939), is housed in the Baroque Kaunický Palace in the very heart of Prague. A selection of over 100 exhibits comprising paintings, photographs, charcoal drawings, pastels, lithographs and personal memorabilia provides a privileged view into the universe of the artist who is most widely known for the posters he executed for Sarah Bernhardt in the fashionable world of fin-de-siècle Paris.”
24 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Located conveniently on the artsy island of Kampa (you can see some of David Černy’s alien babies here, check out the John Lennon Wall, and socialize with local artists at Mlýnská Kavárna), you’ll find Museum Kampa right along the banks of the Vltava. At Museum Kampa they focus on Central European art, as well as house the collections of two icons of 20th century Czech art, František Kupka and Otto Gutfruend. Also on rotation are temporary exhibits of Czech and international artists (past exhibits included the work of Yoko Ono, Piet Mondrian, Theodor Pištěk, and Andy Warhol). Even if you don’t manage to make it inside, sneak a peek at their sculpture garden which is free of charge.”
61 locals recommend
Memorial Site
“260 metres above the sea, a hill in the city to where you can walk up to and just be above things. Beautiful park and on top is army museum as well as bronz statue of Jan Žižka z Trocnova - one of our important historic army leaders from 15th century. ”
71 locals recommend
History Museum
“The Museum of Communism in Czech Republic, located at Na Příkopě 10 in Prague, Czech Republic, is a museum dedicated to presenting an account of the post–World War II Communist regime in Czechoslovakia in general and Prague in particular”
26 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“The second oldest gallery in Europe after the Louvre - a sanctuary for lovers of Czech and international fine art.”
16 locals recommend
Museum
“Franz Kafka born in Prague in 1883. The exhibition presents: - most of the first editions of Kafka's works - letters, diaries, manuscripts, photographs and drawings never before displayed in Prague - 3-D installations - five audiovisual pieces and a soundtrack specially created for the exhibition”
28 locals recommend
Church
“The Church of Our Lady Victorious and St. Anthony of Padua with the adjacent monastery of Discalced Carmelites is located in Prague 1 below Petřín in Karmelitská Street in Malá Strana. He is famous for the statue of the Infant Jesus of Prague, thanks to which he is often nicknamed the Infant Jesus of Prague.”
34 locals recommend
History Museum
“Established in 1906, the Jewish Museum in Prague is one of the oldest Jewish museums in Europe. Its founders were the historian Salomon Hugo Lieben and the representative of the Czech-Jewish movement and city councillor August Stein. At the core of its collection were items from synagogues that had been demolished as a result of the clearance of the Prague Jewish ghetto. The museum's visitor sites – monuments, permanent exhibitions and the Robert Guttmann Gallery – are open every day except Saturdays and the Jewish holidays.”
26 locals recommend
Erotic Museum
“ Exposition of mechanical erotic appliances Open Daily 10 a.m. 11 p.m. ”
6 locals recommend
Hotel
“ One of the biggest wax museum in Europe. Take a photo with famous people and celebrities from all over the World ”
9 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“ http://www.ceskafilharmonie.cz/en/ http://www.galerierudolfinum.cz/en/ Philharmonic concerts and huge gallery inside of this marvelous building! Do not miss! Czech Philharmonic: Tickets: individual tickets are available: At the box office in Rudolfinum, Prague. Online on czechphilharmonic.cz. Online on colosseumticket.cz Rudoflfinum Gallery: Opening hours: Tue–Wed, Fri–Sun: 10am–6pm Thursday: 10am–8pm Monday closed ”
26 locals recommend
Museum
“The Prague museum does not only have the most exhibits in the Czech Republic but in the whole world. It is specialized in history of this unique building kit, which was proudly honored "the toy of the century". On the surface of 340 m2 you can see more than than 2500 models divided in 20 theme parts. More than 1 000 000 bricks were used. Take a trip to times of pirates, travel to the era of knight´s fights or to a different time galaxy, full of spaceships and the Death Star, wish Mr Yoda "May the force be with you." Visit Harry Potter´s magic world or travel to experience adventure with uncanny Indiana Jones.”
7 locals recommend
Synagogue
“ Very surprising design, reminding marrocon or arabic shapes ans colors. You can find there a jewish museum as well talking about the jewish communities in Czekoslovakia before and after the II WW Opening Hours: daily 11.00-17.00 (except Sat) ”
12 locals recommend